|Engine:||id Tech 1|
Doom is a landmark first-person shooter by id Software. It is widely recognized for pioneering immersive 3D graphics, networked multiplayer gaming, and support for custom expansions (WADs).
2nd DL above (31.46 MB), is a .toast image file of the original 1995 CD, compressed as ".sit" Stuffit 5.5 format. Included in the .sit archive is a copy of the original manual, scanned to PDF.
MD5 checksum & filename: 331d2d375d11c748983fb4f8581ea7d8 *ultmt-doom-mac.sit
After "un-stuffing", mount using the Virtual CD/DVD Utility, or Toast. - Alternatively, burn to CD using Toast.
Highly recommended: Dan Linton's visit to id Software in 1993. The video features composer Bobby Prince giving a demo of Commander Keen and Wolfenstein 3-D, and John Romero playing an early version of Doom. Also read more at The Artful Gamer.
"Ultimate DOOM is a full copy of DOOM with an additional fourth episode, titled Thy Flesh Consumed, which offers nine levels of more demon-slaying and bigger challenges." --MobyGames.com
"Try and survive the original three episodes that made Doom a household name: 27 sizzling levels of the most explosive, mutant-laden, blood-spattered battle ever. Then it really blows players away with an all-new episode: Thy Flesh Coonsumed. Perfect Hatred, Sever the Wicked and seven other expert levels are so incredibly tough, users will be burnt to a crisp." --Macintosh Multimedia & Product Registry, Volume 9, No. 4 - 1996
8 MB RAM
18 MB hard drive space
Mac OS 7.1
CD-ROM drive (2x speed recommended)
The installer on the CD image is Compact Pro based, and has issues with Mac OS 8.5 and newer. If you experience problems, you can manually install by dragging the files you need to a location on your hard drive. For example: copy "Ultimate DOOM", "DOOM.WAD" & the "Music" folder to a folder on your hard drive. Its unlikely that you will require any of the included "System Software" if your Mac is running Mac OS 7.5.5 or newer.